Ranveer Singh is the Most Supportive Friend and Here's Proof
Arjun Kapoor is gearing up for the release of his upcoming film, Panipat. Ranveer Singh took to Instagram to share an adorable picture which shows what a supportive friend he is
Any Bollywood fan knows that one of the strongest friendships in the industry is between Ranveer Singh and Arjun Kapoor. The two have been best buds for quite some time now and are always supportive of each other and their work. Time and time again the two take to each other’s social media accounts to display their bromance and comment on each other’s posts. The two of them have had a busy year and both have some projects in the pipeline. While Ranveer Singh won’t be seen on the big screen until next year, Arjun Kapoor’s Panipat is slated for release today.
Ahead of the release of Ashutosh Gowariker directorial, Panipat, Ranveer Singh had an adorable picture and post to share. The actor is an avid user of social media and often takes to his Instagram account to share glimpses of his life with his fans. Arjun Kapoor is all set to essay the role of Sadashiv Rao in Panipat and so, Ranveer Singh took to his Instagram account and shared an adorable picture of himself with Arjun Kapoor. “Bajirao and Sadashivrao. Go forth and Conquer ! #BabaPower @arjunkapoor,” he captioned the post.
The picture shows Ranveer Singh hugging Arjun Kapoor tight from behind and both of them are all smiles as they snap the selfie. Earlier, Arjun Kapoor had shared that Ranveer Singh loved the film’s trailer and was excited for its release. Arjun Kapoor’s Panipat has been constantly compared to Ranveer Singh’s Bajirao Mastani and now fans are excited to see him on the big screen.
"He (Ranveer) got very excited seeing the trailer and I am happy about that. Look we are friends, apart from being actors. We are not constantly discussing acting and character development. We do films of the same genres as actors but eventually, the stories of these films are different. We have always interacted at a friendly level and never went into deep discussion. He would share pictures from 83 and I would share something from my shooting, and we would talk about it. But we never discussed beyond a point, as every director has a different vision for his or her film. If I ask him ‘tu hota to ye scene kaise karta’, then I might corrupt my thinking,” Arjun Kapoor had said.